Nutrigenomic Diets and Caffeine Determines the Intelligence Quotient and Thinking in Developing Countries
Scientists have assessed various genes with relevance to human intelligence in the developing and developed world. Low intelligence quotients (IQs) have been linked environmental factors and genes in the developing world. Developing world individuals lack the anti-aging gene Sirtuin 1 (Sirt 1) that determine brain circuitry circuits with relevance to information processing, thinking and synaptic transmission. Diets that contain caffeine, patulin, bacterial lipopolysaccharides (LPS) and xenobiotics interfere with IQs in diabetic individuals. Inactivation of genes such as Sirt 1 and the cholesterol interacting protein synatosomal associated protein 25 (SNAP 25) interfere with intelligence and insulin secretion with importance to adaptation and the survival of the species.
Ian James Martins